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createvmind
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Posted - 09 Feb 2006 :  17:23:28  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
Hello again sir Ed,

I was curious as to the nature of mirrors in the realms, I seek to make use of them in a spell but I'm not clear if they are "true mirrors" in the sense of what we use in RL. Also are mirrors rare across the lands and would a true mirror give people pause, create superstitions, I'm assuming Barbarians of most races would find mirrors disconcerting etc.... If I had a spell that created a wall of mirrors before a group of low to medium intelligent humanoid monsters would that give them pause. Do mirrors reflect any type of magic rays, spells besides the obvious like light spells, I'm assuming a ray of light before a mirror would be reflected back at caster. Are Faerun mirrors crafted well enough, flat surface, etc..... to be able to do such things describe above. More importantly who makes mirrors and what would the cost be of a very well crafted medium person full length mirror?

Edited by - createvmind on 09 Feb 2006 17:26:28
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Gerath Hoan
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Posted - 09 Feb 2006 :  18:49:22  Show Profile Send Gerath Hoan a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One
[Sraece Telthorn (CN hm Ftr16/Thief-Acrobat7: Dex 18, Cha 16)

...

Oh, one more matter: I’ll get to Gerath Hoan’s request for more about Sraece Telthorn as soon as I can. Promise.



Thanks to Ed and THO... that's a good enough start for me already!

Since I purchased a second hand copy of FR Adventures a few years ago, I've been meaning to run a swashbuckling style game where I could make use of Yhaunn and the fantastically described Stiltways Market... I can just see a really fun and silly duel (think in the character of the Princess Bride movie) swinging and climbing between the various levels and stalls/shops. Sraece Telthorn just seems like the perfect character to get mixed up in such adventures.


I look forward to more words from the master (and I mean all his Realmslore replies, not just those for my questions).

GH

Knight of the Order of the Keen Eye - Granted by Ed Greenwood, 30th January 2005
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Scarabeus
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Posted - 09 Feb 2006 :  22:03:21  Show Profile  Visit Scarabeus's Homepage  Click to see Scarabeus's MSN Messenger address Send Scarabeus a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Once again Ed delves into the fascinating subject of wiping oneself after defecation

Thanks O enlightened one for the answer to this light, but how important, question. It was most ... interesting. I can presume that like in our world there is many different types of thareea (material, scent etc.)

Bakra there's nothing to be shocked about. I think Slime Lord is quite correct about the fact that this method was widely used in Asia and Middle East as far as I know and is still today in many (remote?) places. But I can't really say for sure, it's what I read. As for the Realms, this mystery is now solved.

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 10 Feb 2006 :  01:51:28  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello all. I bring you Ed’s reply to BobROE’s query: “When farmers claim some plot of land do they tend towards square/rectangular areas (barring a geographic feature preventing it), or just whatever they can claim with the minimal amount of clearning? And do they fence/hedge their plots or do they use natural features as edging (so what I mean would you find a fence/hedge up against the endge of a forest [and lets assume the farmer is growing something, not keeping livestock])?”
Ed speaks:



Ranchers use natural boundaries (rock outcrops, creeks, gullies) as much as possible, trying to guard against wolves and other predators and wandering livestock by hurling up barriers made of felled trees and heaped-up brush, stumps, rocks, and other “cleared from the land” rubbish; few beasts like to try to traverse a huge heap of sharp sticks that soon get covered in thorny vines. In the Savage Frontier and dales, a VERY common field boundary is a creek, with such a tangled hurled-up barrier on its far (untended) side.
Where trees are plentiful, “lazy” (or zig-zag split-rail) fences are often constructed by felling trees and crisscrossing the trunks, to form a barrier on the edge of a woods. The barrier won’t stop anything determined, like boar or owlbears; it’s there to keep deer from casually grazing their way out of the forest and into the farmer’s precious crop fields (he’ll starve if they’re denued, remember).
A farmer keeping livestock would probably NOT fence a forest-edge, so as to let his beasts graze the tree-leaves (yes, I know modern real-world agriculture frowns on letting animals graze in woodlots; Faerûnian farmers don’t know modern real-world agriculture). Everyone in the Realms knows the futility of trying to fence out wolves, leucrotta, and other agile “prowling predators,” and instead will band together with other farmers to mount hunts in the forest, to try to “keep down” such “wildjaws” (in the real world, “varmints” is the linguistic equivalent of “wildjaws”).
Kitchen gardeners and those who raise poultry (that they fence in) begin with small, whatever-they-can-manage plots, and expand only as necessary.
Anyone who ploughs fields, however, ends up with a vaguely rectangular tilled area, consisting of long straight “ploughruns” (furrows), with a rounded area at either end where the ploughing team or single beast is turned; even if the farmer himself is pulling the plough, he needs a turning area.



So saith Ed, whose grandparents and cousins farmed in his youth. Ed now lives out in the country, amid farms, but admits that it’s been a long time since he “drove” a plowing team. Er, except the game-product-writing kind.
love to all,
THO
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Blueblade
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Posted - 10 Feb 2006 :  03:17:05  Show Profile  Visit Blueblade's Homepage Send Blueblade a Private Message
Hi, I’m trying to remember where in print Ed referred to “table magic.” Ed? THO? Anyone? (And, of course, I’d hereby like to nudge Ed into describing it more, for us all!)
Thanks!


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George Krashos
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Posted - 10 Feb 2006 :  05:07:07  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Blueblade

Hi, I’m trying to remember where in print Ed referred to “table magic.” Ed? THO? Anyone? (And, of course, I’d hereby like to nudge Ed into describing it more, for us all!)
Thanks!



I'm pretty sure it was in "Hand of Fire", the last Shandril novel.

-- George Krashos

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Vangelor
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Posted - 10 Feb 2006 :  21:38:25  Show Profile  Visit Vangelor's Homepage Send Vangelor a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by George Krashos

quote:
Originally posted by Blueblade

Hi, I’m trying to remember where in print Ed referred to “table magic.”


I'm pretty sure it was in "Hand of Fire", the last Shandril novel.

-- George Krashos



And I believe it also appears briefly in Silverfall, though my copy has gone astray, so I can unfortunately not confirm this with page references or whatnot.
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Karth
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Posted - 10 Feb 2006 :  21:57:19  Show Profile  Visit Karth's Homepage  Send Karth an AOL message Send Karth a Private Message
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I’m with George: I care far more about the stories and essential characters of NPCs rather than their stats, but all right, I’ll (reluctantly) provide barebones...

Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks much, Ed. Sorry to be a pain...

THO: helpless without you, as always. Thanks.

*sketches a bow and a wink to Krash*


Cheers,

-Karth

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  01:13:53  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Helpless, darling? (Chuckle) WELL, now…
Ahem. Hi again, fellow scribes. This time, Ed answers Jamallo Kreen’s query: “I have been doing much poking about in several books serially, including El in Hell, and I wonder if there are detailed, otherwise published write-ups of some of the "lesser" memories which El recalled -- the ones which didn't rate mention in the prefatory pages? If so, where might they be found (aside from Ed's collection of 3x5 cards, that is)?”
Ed replies:



I wrote up a LOT of memories that didn’t make it into ELMINSTER IN HELL, some of them short-story length, and many, many brief snippets that broke off abruptly as Nergal roared and ranted. However, they were trimmed from the book to make it fit the wordcount, and I’m not at liberty to publish them elsewhere (WotC owns them). I may sneak a few of them onto the WotC website as supportive material for future novel releases, if certain book projects (which some of them “fit with”) bear fruit.
Of course, by then I probably won’t be able to find my computer file equivalents of those 3x5 cards you mention . . . or computers will no longer exist that can read them. :}



So saith Ed. Who’s humming along on divers Realms projects for us all right now. No, dad’s the word on that (mum’s used to be the word, but we wore her out).
love,
THO
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Foxhelm
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  01:17:45  Show Profile  Click to see Foxhelm's MSN Messenger address  Send Foxhelm a Yahoo! Message Send Foxhelm a Private Message
Perhaps that the next anthology: Realms of Elminster.
Another best of Ed Greenwood anthology.

Ed Greenwood! The Solution... and Cause of all the Realms Problems!
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Bendal
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  15:45:21  Show Profile  Visit Bendal's Homepage Send Bendal a Private Message
Where can I find a map of Nesme'? The Silver Marches says the city is on a plateau, is circular and has a high stone wall around it (plus a fortified bridge across the Surbrin) and bristles with catapults and heavy crossbows. Where can I find more information on it though?
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The Sage
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  16:08:06  Show Profile  Send The Sage an AOL message  Click to see The Sage's MSN Messenger address  Send The Sage a Yahoo! Message Send The Sage a Private Message
More information on Nesmé?

Volo's Guide to the North and The North boxed set.

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Gray Richardson
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  19:15:44  Show Profile  Visit Gray Richardson's Homepage Send Gray Richardson a Private Message
There has never been an official Nesme map that I know of, but there was one I believe in the Northern Journey adventure, a lovingly detailed, fan-written adventure that had maps of many of the cities of the North.

The Northern Journey can be found at this link here: http://www.vintyri.com/vintyri/njstart.htm

The map of Nesme can be found on page 63 of the Northern Journey West pdf. downloadable at this link here: http://www.vintyri.com/vintyri/njdownld.htm#pdf
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Mkhaiwati
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  21:19:06  Show Profile  Visit Mkhaiwati's Homepage Send Mkhaiwati a Private Message
Greetings to the Lovely Hooded One and Ed,

I have yet another question that I can't seem to find the answer for. It may already exist somewhere, cuz it seems like I have seen it before, but I can't remember where.

When children (or adults for that matter) are being taught writing, math, geometry, gem-magic powered rocket science, whatever: What do they write upon? Do they use wax tablets, chalkboards, paper, etc?

Thanks

Mkhaiwati

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Bendal
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  21:33:54  Show Profile  Visit Bendal's Homepage Send Bendal a Private Message
Many thanks! The map of Nesme' is just what I was looking for, although it appears to be pre-siege that I can take care of fairly easily.
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Kentinal
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  22:02:51  Show Profile Send Kentinal a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Mkhaiwati

Greetings to the Lovely Hooded One and Ed,

I have yet another question that I can't seem to find the answer for. It may already exist somewhere, cuz it seems like I have seen it before, but I can't remember where.

When children (or adults for that matter) are being taught writing, math, geometry, gem-magic powered rocket science, whatever: What do they write upon? Do they use wax tablets, chalkboards, paper, etc?

Thanks

Mkhaiwati



The basic answer, much like farming it depends. FR has all the materials you list. Regional aspects both culture and resouces will effect what is available for writing. Scrolls clearly are common, ink at times hard to make, wax should be universal (though making wax tables might be beyound the tech of some groups), and so on. Some writing is chiseled stone because that is what is available. Teaching reading and writing can be as simple as writing in sand, snow, mud, dirt as so on. True that none of these last forever as they are easy to erase. A better question is how a location teaches their young, though even here it will depend on local conditions.

"Small beings can have small wisdom," the dragon said. "And small wise beings are better than small fools. Listen: Wisdom is caring for afterwards."
"Caring for afterwards ...? Ker repeated this without understanding.
"After action, afterwards," the dragon said. "Choose the afterwards first, then the action. Fools choose action first."
"Judgement" copyright 2003 by Elizabeth Moon
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Murray Leeder
Forgotten Realms Author

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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  23:03:08  Show Profile  Visit Murray Leeder's Homepage
quote:
Originally posted by createvmind

Hello again sir Ed,

I was curious as to the nature of mirrors in the realms, I seek to make use of them in a spell but I'm not clear if they are "true mirrors" in the sense of what we use in RL. Also are mirrors rare across the lands and would a true mirror give people pause, create superstitions, I'm assuming Barbarians of most races would find mirrors disconcerting etc.... If I had a spell that created a wall of mirrors before a group of low to medium intelligent humanoid monsters would that give them pause. Do mirrors reflect any type of magic rays, spells besides the obvious like light spells, I'm assuming a ray of light before a mirror would be reflected back at caster. Are Faerun mirrors crafted well enough, flat surface, etc..... to be able to do such things describe above. More importantly who makes mirrors and what would the cost be of a very well crafted medium person full length mirror?



As far as barbarians shunning mirrors, you'll find some reflection (no pun intended) on that in my novel Son of Thunder.
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createvmind
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Posted - 11 Feb 2006 :  23:05:45  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
Hello Sir Ed,

The dwarf bridge called Stone Bridge on the River Dessarin, who lays claim to it, Waterdeep or Yartar? Also what lays claim to or roams the land east of the Graypeak Mountains, basically between the mountains and the River Delimbyr and a mile or so below the waterfall and raised plateau I gather is there. Basically if I sought to establish a town in either one of those places besides the nearby towns/cities what else would I contend it. I see the area above Llorkh and Loudwater as more viable land even though I'm aware of the turmoil in and around it however the NPC wants to secretly build in 1372 and prefers a location that see's little current traffic. A situation he hopes to fix after he has establish a secure-what occurs during building process will be reflective of Dragon rage and of course fiend, demon elf movements,etc..... I don't know if this is contractual stuff but the gem dragon that lives within the Graypeak who does all the scrying would you say he sleeps through the rage or will further info on him come up at the wotc site or in upcoming Dragons of Faerun book?

One more thing, would children born with physical disabilities and left at a monastaries doorstep be trained to the best of their ability despite handicap or just utilized in basic chores? Deaf, mute, blind, deformity etc.......... Is there any sign language of any kind for the deaf that YOU created?

Sorry so here and there but it's actually all relative to me

Thanks.

Edited by - createvmind on 12 Feb 2006 05:16:05
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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

More information on Nesmé?

Volo's Guide to the North and The North boxed set.




And both are available as free downloads on the Wizards downloads page.

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Wooly Rupert
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Well again, Ed and my Lady Hooded One!

I was reading the Dragon Magazine article on fantasy astrological signs, earlier this eve... It made me ponder a couple of things. Though both topics have been discussed, I don't believe anyone has ever thought to ask Ed.

So... Does astrology exist in the Realms? Is there a zodiac? And what constellations exist in the Realms?

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 12 Feb 2006 :  11:27:32  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Well again, Ed and my Lady Hooded One!

I was reading the Dragon Magazine article on fantasy astrological signs, earlier this eve... It made me ponder a couple of things. Though both topics have been discussed, I don't believe anyone has ever thought to ask Ed.

So... Does astrology exist in the Realms? Is there a zodiac? And what constellations exist in the Realms?



AJA has done a great job with a mix of canon and his own lore:

http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Castle/2566/stars.htm

--Eric

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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 12 Feb 2006 :  15:48:45  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi, all. I forwarded Steven Schend’s Friday the 13th double-query to Ed, and he tossed the second half back to me with the words, “Modesty forbids. You answer this one.”
So I will.
Steven asked: “First or best memories of early Realms gaming sessions where something uttered by the players or the GM stopped everyone in their tracks in wonder. (Yes, I'm sure there's many comments that stopped everyone before the laughter started or something ribald was said--I'm thinking of those moments of serendipity where you collectively tapped into what the Realms has become for all of us). There. That explanation at end probably made it too odd, but I'm still curious and you two are the only ones who can tell such tales (and we don't have to worry about pesky NDAs...).”

Well, I know there were many times, but it’s been well over twenty years for me, now (more for Ed and my elders among his players). Let me try to recall a few.
First, one ‘handed down to me’ by said elders: The day Ed first introduced the concept of charters for adventuring companies, and we all looked at each other and said, “Of COURSE that’s what kings would do. Why didn’t the designers of the game think of this before?”
The day Victor (as Torm) was conversing with a shopkeeper (played by Ed, of course), and noticed verbal patterns he thought he’d heard before. He looked up sharply at Ed and asked, “You said I didn’t think I’d seen this particular shuffling old man before, but I’m taking a good hard second look at him now, and asking you: does he look like someone I’ve seen before who was younger, more hale . . . hey?” And Ed smiled and said, “Y-e-s-s-s, as a matter of fact. Niggling in your memory . . [Ed rolled some dice] Yes! In Essembra, three summers back: the seller-of-swords. This just might be the same man.” And it was, and we started to realize that Ed didn’t just shuffle a few stock NPCs around (though we already knew he could “wing it” with the best DMs): he kept track of the ongoing lives of hundreds of NPCs, changing their locations and professions in accordance with THEIR aims, ambitions, and reactions to world events. When we started asking him about this, he blinked and said, “Well, of course. All these folk: they ARE the Realms, not maps and town names and sages’ histories. All of that’s just the clothing I dress these real people up in.”
Myself, I was wonderstruck several times in my first play session with Ed, at just how good an actor he was (and is, though now that he’s heavier and his knees are going, he doesn’t stride and hurl himself around the way he used to, to give us all the body movements). It didn’t bother him to play a cringing fool or ardent seductress, with a verve that startled several of our various parents when they happened to walk into the rooms where play sessions were going on (in the early days, Ed didn’t host most of them; we moved around, inflicting ourselves on household after household). When Ed started doing two-hour ad-lib sessions as Elminster at GenCons, a lot of gamers were awed by his ability to answer completely unexpected questions in character and with full-on wit, but I wasn’t. I’d seen it all before, Realmsplay session after Realmsplay session.
There. That’s just three, out of scores of them. And then, as you say, there were all the funny moments (see the early pages of the 2004 thread for some of them), jokes, and ribald comments. Of which I’ll share one of MY utterances, that got the biggest laugh.
It involves becoming orally acquainted with a certain PC’s manhood. I decided to have some fun with the player, and acted out what my character was doing. Victor was being Torm to the hilt, of course, and asked teasingly, “Taste good?”
And I lifted my head, held out my hand in request, and told him, “Hmm. Needs mustard.”

And on that note, I think I’d better stop before I get myself in REAL trouble. Sorry, Alaundo.
love to all,
THO
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Beowulf
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Posted - 12 Feb 2006 :  16:27:28  Show Profile  Visit Beowulf's Homepage Send Beowulf a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by createvmind

I'm assuming Barbarians of most races would find mirrors disconcerting etc....


Most barbarians have probably seen their reflection in water before, if no where else, so a mirror would more likely be a source of curiousity than any kind of fear or apprehension.

"Ill tempered the wretch, who laughs at everyone. He cannot recognize, as he should, that he is not without faults." the High One, Poetic Edda
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Hmmm... I wonder what kind of skill checks were involved in that last example...

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quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Well again, Ed and my Lady Hooded One!

I was reading the Dragon Magazine article on fantasy astrological signs, earlier this eve... It made me ponder a couple of things. Though both topics have been discussed, I don't believe anyone has ever thought to ask Ed.

So... Does astrology exist in the Realms? Is there a zodiac? And what constellations exist in the Realms?



AJA has done a great job with a mix of canon and his own lore:

http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Castle/2566/stars.htm

--Eric



I've seen that info before... But it occurred to me that despite the topics coming up more than once, no one has ever queried Ed about it. AJA has compiled some good stuff, there, but I'd like to see the lore we've not yet been given.

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